Research

This is where we’ll share research that may be of use that is relevant to emergency services wellbeing

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Musculoskeletal Health: A Partnership Approach – By Ginder Narle

Musculoskeletal conditions affect over 10 million people and are the leading cause of disability in England, according to the Global Burden ...

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Wellbeing and engagement in policing: the key to unlocking discretionary effort

A paper entitled 'Wellbeing and engagement in policing: the key to unlocking discretionary effort' written by Dr Ian Hesketh, Prof Cary...

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BLOG – Bringing Neuroscience to Policing – By Dr Jess Miller

Dr Jessica (Jess) Miller, Neuropsychologist at the Police Dependants’ Trust (now Police Care UK) and the University of Cambridge writes fo...

IoD Policy Report – Mental Health in the Changing World of Work

In a hyper-connected world – in which work and ‘life’ aren’t so much balanced as they are increasingly integrated – employers must...

Discretionary Effort – A paper by Dr Ian Hesketh

Discretionary effort, or extra-role effort as it is sometimes called, is work we get from employees that they don’t necessarily have to gi...

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Taking leave of our sickness – a new perspective

During a wellbeing intervention study, Ian Hesketh and Professor Cary Cooper from Lancaster University Management School introduce the conce...